Clean Up Your Act!


What is Makeup Eraser? Does It Really Work?

We all know the rule – ‘take off your makeup before bed’, right? As much as removing makeup can be a hassle, it is a prerequisite for beautiful and healthy skin and is a step we shouldn't skip.

Imagine if you could remove your makeup every day with just one product. It feels too good to be true, right? Wrong!  Introducing the Original MakeUp Eraser, a patented makeup-removing cloth made from antibacterial polyester. All you need to do is add water to remove all face and eye makeup—no wipes necessary.

I discovered this woman founded brand at a trade show a couple of years ago and it quickly became one of our most popular little treasures and hands down the most sought after stocking stuffer for two years in a row.  So easy to use, so eco friendly (never buy wipes and product again to fill our landfills!) and best of all, a huge money saver - one will last you 3-5 years!! 

Before using your MakeUp Eraser, soak it in warm water. After getting mine wet (the wetter the better!) I squeeze the excess water out of the cloth and it's ready go!

Erase ALL Makeup With JUST Water! 💦 Including waterproof mascara, eyeliner, foundation, lipstick, & more!

How does it work?

The Original MakeUp Eraser is an exclusive premium patented cloth that contains millions of tiny hair-like fibers (each fiber is 50-100x thinner than a human hair) that work as a "suction" to lift all dirt, makeup and oil from each individual pore.

How do I use it?

Machine wash prior to first use. Fully soak your MakeUp Eraser in warm water. First, use the short fiber side to remove your makeup then flip over to long fiber side (side with tag) to pick up anything leftover & exfoliate the skin. TIP: We recommend using in sections and machine washing once a week.

How do I wash my MakeUp Eraser?

Machine wash with hot water approx. 1-2x a week with any load of laundry. TIP: wash with your towel load. This will cause more friction in your machine so your MUE comes out looking brand new!

What detergent/soap do I use when washing my MUE?

Any detergent or soap works! MakeUp Eraser is extremely durable. Just add your MUE in with your existing load!

Does it remove waterproof/long-lasting makeup?

Absolutely! MakeUp Eraser removes ALL makeup. TIP: for stubborn makeup be sure your cloth is fully soaked with very WARM water. Warmer the water, wetter the better! Hold your wet, warm cloth over your eye for 5+ seconds, then begin circular motions for removal.

How long will my MakeUp Eraser last?

Every MakeUp Eraser will last you 3-5 years or 1,000 machine washes! #nomorewipes

I have very sensitive skin and/or acne. Is this for me?

Yes! MakeUp Eraser is great for ALL skin types because we don't use irritating chemicals - JUST WATER! No rubbing or tugging necessary. Dermatologist approved.

Will it tug/pull on my skin or cause wrinkles?

Absolutely not! If used with warm water per instructions, MUE works as a "suction" to lift all makeup, dirt and oil from your pores. No tugging or pulling necessary and dermatologist approved. Ps. MUE is also the softest thing you've ever felt!

Can I use cleanser, micellar water or any other products with my MUE?

You definitely can! If you choose to do so be sure to fully rinse the product out of the cloth in between each use. You may need to machine wash more frequently to avoid build up.

Is MakeUp Eraser sanitary?

The Original MakeUp Eraser is antibacterial. Each fiber is so tiny that it is nearly impossible for bacteria to live and grow.

Can I buy it online?

Sure can!  Just click here and we'll get one (or two!) right out to you.  If you're local, you can select curbside pickup at checkout and save on shipping!


Here's a fun video to see how the Makeup Eraser works!

Final thought, I hope you are having an inspirational, hopeful, healing and peaceful week. Tomorrow, I will be checking in a big Whiskey River Soap order.  It's wonderful comic relief and very timely!  So, I'll leave you with this...

See you at the store!


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